Annapurna Circuit in 5.5 Days

The days were: Besi-Sahar, Chyamche, Chame, Yak-Karka, Muktinath, Ghasa, and then half a day to Tatopani, the finish line. Bussed out the 7 hours to Pokhara the same day (yesterday)

Back in Pokhara now, safe and sound. Will type up journals later on. Body tired. Maybe should have stretched before.

This happened right in front of me while entering Jomsom (valley side-wall ~5km in front).

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-18055140

Got to Besi-Sahar just in time because Nepal was on strike for the 3 following days. Strikes anticipated in Pokhara the next 3 days. I hope not, since I’m planning to go back to Kathmandu.

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